The University Hospital Foundation's

Festival in the garden

A first-ever summer event for the Festival of Trees, Festival in the Garden took place at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden to raise funds for our 2022 cause, a new Neuro Rehabilitation Innovation Centre at the University of Alberta Hospital.

From the stunning garden backdrop to the delicious charcuterie and lively entertainment, Festival in the Garden was an evening to remember!

The University Hospital Foundation’s Festival of Trees has been Edmonton’s signature fundraising and friend-raising event for over 36 years, raising more than $23 million for critically important causes at the University of Alberta Hospital site and throughout the community.

Performer at the Festival in the Garden, Edmonton-based Tea G has a voice beyond her years. Over the last nine years, this Filipino-Canadian artist has lent her voice to hundreds of charity events and won award and recognition from competitions and gatherings around the world.

Performer at Festival in the Garden, Steven Sware is a talented pop vocalist and recording artist, based out of Edmonton. Since the age of 15, Sware has performed in various bands and solo ventures, earning awards and accolades in the local music scene.

Transforming Neuro Rehabilitation

Festival in the Garden kicked off our fundraising efforts for the 2022 Festival of Trees, presented by Landmark Homes, and this year’s cause: neurological rehabilitation.

By 2031, the estimated number of Canadians hospitalized with a brain injury will increase by 28%. Together, we can transform neurological rehabilitation in Alberta and beyond, with the creation of an advanced Neuro Rehabilitation Innovation Centre at the University of Alberta Hospital. Our commitment to raise $1 million for this project will give researchers near-limitless opportunities to make groundbreaking discoveries that will impact the lives of those living with traumatic neurological conditions.

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